Evan Yurman, the recently named chief design director (and the founder’s son) of David Yurman, has been experimenting with out-there stones—like dinosaur bones—since joining the jewelry empire in 2004. But his new men’s collection goes even further: Taking four-billion-year-old Gibeon meteorite rocks found in Namibia, he uses the pattern of the stone’s iron and nickel crystals to craft rings, bracelets, pendants and cuff links (pictured, $1,200). davidyurman.com.
David Yurman Goes Out of This World
A new men’s collection makes use of celestial material.